kybourbon wrote:me: 1996 Volvo sedan...to be driven for the forsseable future.
Kathleen Ryan wrote:Thank you for asking, Bogledude
I finally purchased my dream car on October 6, 2012. It is a 2009 Chevy Corvette Convertible. I paid cash, after saving for about twelve years. ...
It has a:
Tuned dual exhaust with baffles - nice and loud! --->Varoooom
Sunny Sarkar wrote:Sold my "Old Faithful" 1998 Toyota Camry commuter with 198k on it (and still not making a single funny noise, & running as smooth as ever) to a friend who's handy with cars and plans to drive it for several more years. This is after a recent job change reduced the daily commute miles on my own car to zero - I either work from home via a remote connection or fly to another city where I use employer provided rental cars. The 1997-2001 generation Camry is probably the most reliable car ever made IMO. The only other car I fell so in love with was my 1999 Mazda Miata that became too small after we had the kid.
The Camry and the Miata are survived by a Honda Accord & a Lexus ES, both 2007 models. My hope is to hand over the 2007 Honda to my daughter when she turns 16 in 2019 or goes to college in 2021 - but I'm not sure how I can make it last that long without becoming too dangerous for her.
Jwalker678 wrote:I traded a 2009 Nissan GTR which is Nissan's super car and the extreme opposite of the Lexus My son still has not forgiven me for selling the GTR.
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